Rogers


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to Rogers: fido, Carl Rogers, Telus

Rogers

 [roj´erz]
Martha E. (died 1994). A leader in community health nursing, visiting lecturer, research associate, nursing educator, author, and developer of the science of unitary human beings, a conceptual model of nursing. She was a pioneer in the development of a body of knowledge that is specific and unique to nursing. This recognition of the need for an organized body of nursing knowledge was evident in her early writing on nursing education. Her goal was “to evolve a conceptual system that would give identity to nursing as a knowledgeable endeavor.”

Rog·ers

(roj'ĕrz), Avoid the incorrect forms Roger and Roger's.
Oscar H., U.S. physician, 1857-1941. See: Rogers sphygmomanometer.

Rogers, Martha E.

Etymology: 1914-1994
a nurse theorist who developed the Science of Unitary Human Beings, a nursing theory introduced in 1970. The Rogers theory has strong ties to the general systems theory, with elements of a developmental model. It considers four "building blocks": Energy Fields, Universe of Open Systems, Pattern and Organization, and Four Dimensionality. Energy Fields refers to conceptualization of humans and their environment as matter or energy evidenced by wave patterns. Open Systems refers to views of persons as open systems who interact continuously with the environment. Pattern and Organization describes the way Energy Fields emerge, characterized by wave patterns. Four Dimensionality has been interpreted as a form of clairvoyance in which there is a "transcendence of time-space interaction," or an ability to transcend time to see into the future.
References in periodicals archive ?
Later in the film, he dances with Rogers to Cole Porter's "Night and Day.
While the 6-foot-9-inch Dalhausser was relatively ineffective -- posting a bagel in blocks during the third game -- the 6-foot-2 Rogers played above the net, causing Dalhausser to joke that he needs to take blocking lessons from Rogers.
Having achieved full ownership of all three of our operating companies, we are now proceeding to structure our operating management in a way that will take further advantage of the opportunities we can achieve from driving increased integration of our wireless and cable operations," said Ted Rogers, President and CEO of Rogers Communications Inc.
This new 5Mbps residential service will give customers the fastest internet modem setting available in Rogers areas," said Edward Rogers, president and CEO, Rogers Cable.
The Jolly Rogers name and traditions were passed on when VF-17 was redesignated VF-5B on 15 November 1946 and then redesignated again as VF-61 on 28 July 1948.
It's one thing for Rogers to explain this documentary impulse as being her way of coping.
Of the many Jewish institutions in Rogers Parks, we studied three in depth.
Even though Rogers says that 'there are essential issues that fall outside the remit of [the] report - education, health, welfare and security',(9) the document has astonishing range, with over 100 recommendations.
Yet, while claiming Harvey as an exemplary figure of the conflictive discursive practices of the revolutionary period, Rogers does not fully account for Harvey's continual Royalist affiliations despite his commitment to vitalist (nonhierarchical) philosophy.
A self-professed glutton for personnel development and training, Rogers describes the university as a "Mecca" for her.
The distinction is more than partisan: Rogers stuck up for the little guy and so tended to identify with Democrats, but he hit FDR and his party when they deserved hitting.
Developed for Rogers Wireless, Intelligent Connection Manager is a PC client that enables Rogers subscribers to easily access the Internet using either a Rogers wireless AirCard or select wireless devices that act as a wireless modem.